Kevin is the practice leader of Grant Thornton’s insolvency practice. He has more than 25 years’ experience of contentious insolvency investigating fraud, misfeasance, professional negligence and asset tracing across multiple jurisdictions. His team specialises in the use of insolvency and court-appointed receiverships as a tool in the identification and construction of claims against directors, advisers and others.
Kevin is routinely appointed by lawyers, government and other regulatory agencies, and significant creditors. He is appointed both in the UK and globally over structures that have suffered losses caused by corruption, fraud or malpractice, and have given evidence in court on numerous occasions as officeholder of companies, who are the victims of fraud. He has presented internationally on corruption and asset tracing, and has a number of articles published on these subjects. He is also a counsel member of the Insolvency Practitioners Association, the leading regulator of insolvency activity in the UK.
Kevin has also been instructed by governments to investigate corruption of the previous regimes and the tracing, recovery and repatriation of misappropriated assets.